Ladder-rank faculty from any of the 10 UC campuses are invited to apply.
Proposed courses may be existing or new courses in any academic discipline as long as they follow the respective campus’ Academic Senate new course approval process. Note that if a new course is not approved by 31 March 2022, funds will not be released. The Mexico partner institution course may be from the same or a different discipline. It is expected that faculty will together to develop a joint syllabus for the proposed course, minimum of 8-week duration.
Applicants must demonstrate institutional commitment and capacity and identify a facilitating campus office including staff member who will be able to assist the lead UC faculty course instructor. Use of an existing course is encouraged if the campus provides an innovative plan on how the campus will effectively contribute to the success of the virtual joint course.
Each application must include the identification and contact information of the following participants:
Applicants must demonstrate institutional commitment and capacity. Each application must include the contact information of the UC faculty member that will serve as the lead. The proposal must be reviewed and approved by the international education program office from the home campus and include the supporting representative’s information (contact your campus’ International Affairs or Global Engagement Office or the equivalent on your campus).